Bahrain launches IT graduates trainee program

Bahrain launches IT graduates trainee program
Bahrain launches IT graduates trainee program

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MANAMA — A new program for Fresh IT Graduates is launched in Bahrain known as “IT Graduates Trainee Program”, with a special focus on ICT. This is a 3 to 5 months intensive graduate trainee program and will aim at developing the Bahraini Youth for the Kingdom’s ICT landscape and prepare them for the ICT jobs.

The Program will start in January 2020 with a chosen 20 IT graduates, selected after a rigorous round of interviews and placement tests.

This program is applicable for Bahraini IT graduates and after the conclusion of selected process, will run into multiple phases covering IT work experience under the selected mentors and coaches.

Ahmed Al Hujairy, CEO of Gulf Future Business said in his statement: “We along with strong partnership with the best IT companies in Bahrain have developed this unique program, which will take the most talented Bahraini IT graduates from the Kingdom’s best universities and will help them progress from this program as job ready, experienced, skilled resources raring to start contributing to Bahrain’s IT industry.” — SG

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